A typical day at Glazer's in Abilene, TX consisted of getting to the office by 9am where I planned my day, loaded my vehicle with promos, giveaways and samples, and finished any paperwork from the day before. I would began seeing accounts by 11 am and would average 5-6 per day. Most days, I'd return to the office a little before 5 to turn in orders and catch up with the fantastic Abilene team. I learned that it is possible to wake up every morning and enjoy going to work. Management was ALWAYS available to listen, tended to problems and concerns in a timely manner and made you feel like you mattered. My co-workers were the best! Everyone got along great and the best part is that they had all been working together for so many years that everyone had a special respect for one another. The hardest part of the job would have to be the paperwork. It was necessary to be organized and aware of all incentives, programs, products and account information. The most enjoyable part of the job was the job itself. Meeting restaurant, bar and night club owners has it's benefits. The perks of being treated like VIP when you visit, building relationships and meeting great people are just a few. I would recommend this job to anyone.
sample bottles you get to take home, promotional items, great working environment, treated like vip, car and cell phone allowance, base pay+commission+incentives
Too much work for not enough pay. Typical 8-12 hour day involves rushing to see accounts in order to make inflated goals that are typically unreachable in addition to a ton of physical work. Required to work 6 days a week but often work 7 and it is not atypical to work 15, 20, 25 days straight. Pay would be decent if they gave about $20,000 more a year.On a good note co-workers and management are very supportive. Enjoyed friendly buyers and occasional outside of work meetings.
decent money, benefits, free wine
no life outside of work, too much physical labor, too many meetins, too much to list